One-way westbound traffic will start October 16 through fall 2019 during construction of the Cressey development at 2290 Marine Drive
Kings Avenue between 11th Street and Burley Drive is an area where several complaints have been made by area residents regarding speeding cars.
Eagleridge Drive between Marine Drive and Raven Place (in the Gleneagles area) is in need of traffic calming measures to help stop cars from speeding.
There have been public safety concerns regarding vehicles failing to negotiate the existing roundabout at Keith Road/Esquimalt Avenue.
The water main in the District-owned utilities and servicing corridor located in the 1200 block of Chartwell Place has been scheduled for replacement as part of the 2017 Capital Program.
The District is implementing traffic calming measures to improve pedestrian safety for the area at and around Nelson Avenue and Saint Georges Avenue.
Phase 1 of the Grosvenor development on 1300 block Marine Drive will soon complete utility and landscaping work. Construction activities will take place as follows:
Construction resumes on the north side of Skilift Road between Camelot and Folkestone Way. Detours in place October 16-27.
Beginning in May, the District will start construction of the next phase of the Spirit Trail, a multi-use pathway that will connect West Vancouver from east to west. Exit 0 off Highway 1 will need to be closed for certain phases of construction.
The District will undertake work on water main upgrades and road improvements along the 1300 block of Cammeray Road.
The District completed a segment of Spirit Trail along Marine Drive, past Gleneagles Elementary School.
In 2014, District initiated two projects related to Eagle Island and the island access point at the end of Eagle Harbour Road: maintenance and repairs to Eagle Island docks and relocation of Eagle Island solid waste containers.
A public information session was held on December 7, 2016, to share the upcoming road improvements and answer resident questions. At that event, staff heard very strong support for the improvements.
The District’s 2013 Integrated Stormwater Management Plan recommends a diversion pipe to address concerns related to life and property safety in the Westmount and Altamont neighbourhoods.
Construction of Spirit Trail along Exit 0 and Raleigh Street in Horseshoe Bay began construction on Monday, May 1. Construction will continue for approximately six weeks.